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The Biden administration is unveiling new procedures to handle asylum claims at the southern border in hopes of deciding cases in months rather than years. The rules allow asylum officers to grant or deny claims, an authority previously limited to immigration judges. Under the new rules, asylum officers expect to decide cases in 90 days. Legal challenges to that rule are expected, and a Homeland Security official on a separate issue tells Fox's Bill Melugin that the federal government is mass r...
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